ByJonathan J Moya, writer at Creators.co
Movie loving owner of a fashion boutique.
Jonathan J Moya

Last year the Hunger Games marketing department created some Teutonic / Germanic influence propaganda posters that cut too close to a NAZI edge in the way that they simulated Third Reich info sheets.

This year they are going a bit Cold War Soviet Union. These 7 propaganda posters for [The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1](movie:446261) all have a retro-Soviet vibe going albeit with a more modern edge.

What makes these posters so cool are the way that they incorporate the area being homage into not only the scene but the fashion: the fisher woman has a garment pieced from fishing lines and nets; the transportation worker wears pants made from tire scraps, the tech worker's outfit is as sleek, clean and sterile as a microchip; the livestock wears a vest of goatskin; the lumberman creates an eerie portrait holding his probably self created wooden leg; the grain workers dress is made of natural fiber with scythed stitching. The last of a child miner with its latent Norman Rockwell echoes had me not knowing whether I should laugh or cry.

Call it low couture proletarian. Either way, it's cool style.

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The Hunger Games: Fishing District
The Hunger Games: Fishing District
The Hunger Games: Livestock District
The Hunger Games: Livestock District
The Hunger Games: Lumber District
The Hunger Games: Lumber District
The Hunger Games: Grain District
The Hunger Games: Grain District

See Also - Watch Dogs' Gameplay FAIL: The Greatest Game That Never Was

The Hunger Games: Mining District
The Hunger Games: Mining District

So which of these posters is your favorite? Livestock, Fishing, Grain? Write in with your thoughts below the line!

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